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Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Book Review: The Window by Glenn Rolfe

The Window 
by Glenn Rolfe
September 28, 2018
Publisher: Glenn Rolfe
ASIN: B07F8658R7

ISBN: 9781726673716
What kind of demons await you tonight?

For Richie, life's constant cheap shots are adding up. When he finds something is watching him, he never dreamed that it would show him everything he ever wanted.

When his son, James, comes to stay for the last month of summer, the changes in his father's behavior come to the forefront. What is his father doing staring into the window in the middle of the night?

Was the fiery spark in the dark real? Or is James's imagination getting the best of him?

Summer's almost over.
And life is about to change.
Will James be able to save his father? Or is it already too late?

The Window holds the answers...and the key.

James visits his father, Ritchie, back in the town James was born in. James spends a few days with old friends and girlfriend. Ritchie is unemployed and growing disgruntled, drinking the nights his girlfriend, Alison, is working. One night he sees images of James and Alison in the trailer’s windows, but both are in actuality, demons. They seduced him into their dark, evil world. James begins to wonder what is happening with his father.

At first, there are some grammar problems and the story doesn’t grab me. Eventually, it snatched my interest and even the grammar got better.

I give The Window 3 sheep.

Pamela Kinney

About the Author:

"A vital part of this generation." - Brian Keene, author of THE COMPLEX and THE RISING

Glenn Rolfe is an author/singer/songwriter from the haunted woods of New England. He has studied Creative Writing at Southern New Hampshire University, and continues his education in the world of horror by devouring the novels of Stephen King, Ronald Malfi, Jack Ketchum, and many others. He and his wife, Meghan, have three children, Ruby, Ramona, and Axl. He is grateful to be loved despite his weirdness.

He is a Splatterpunk Award nominee and the author of Becoming, Blood and Rain, The Haunted Halls, Chasing Ghosts, Abram's Bridge, Things We Fear, and the collections, A Box Full of Monsters, Out of Range, Slush. and Land of Bones.
Check out his latest novel, The Window.

He is hard at work on many more. Stay tuned!

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